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Monument ID 7
Publication Citation Hofmann 1905
Date Found or Published 1905
Monument Type stela
Monument Of Seventh Legion yes
Inscription M(arco) Antonio Celeri / eq(uiti) leg(ionis) VII C(laudiae) P(iae) F(idelis) Iulia / Maxsima heres fecit / sibi et coniugi caro suo st(ipendiorum) XXX / [in] f(ronte) p(edes) XII in ag(ro) (!) XVII
Translation Marcus Antonius Celerus, cavalryman of the 7th legion Claudia pia fidelis. Erected by Julia Maxima and, his heiress for herself and her dear spouse who served for 30 years. In a length of 12 feet, and a width of 17 feet,
Translation Source Tončinić 2011
Portrait bust and rider
Date From 42
Date To 59
Tončinić 2011 Stelae Type A3b
ModernHolding lost
MonumentNote reconstructed in a sketch by Hofmann 1905, 49-50 fig. 33 - based off a stelae of Alae Claudiae Novae from Tilurium for Marcus Elvadius. Tončinić 2011, 25-26 argues it is likely a good reconstruction
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Suggested Citation

Ewan Coopey, Brian Ballsun-Stanton. (2024) "Monument 7 from Europe/Croatia/Dalmatia (Roman Province)". In Community and Identity in the Roman Seventh Legion. Ewan Coopey, Brian Ballsun-Stanton (Ed). Released: In prep. Open Context. <https://opencontext.org/subjects/38694024-f0ec-4b48-91c0-3d5a61d1f1c3>

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